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Evil, law and the state : perspectives on state power and violence / edited by John T. Parry.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: K5256 .E95 2006

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    Series
    At the interface/probing the boundaries ; v. 24
    At the interface/probing the boundaries ; v. 24.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2006
    Contents
    Pain, interrogation, and the body : state violence and the law of torture / John T. Parry
    "Too many foreigners for my taste" : law, race and ethnicity in California, 1848-1852 / Fernando Purcell
    Protection, harm and social evil : the age of consent, c.1885-c.1940 / Shani D'Cruze
    Sin, scandal, and disaster : politics and crime in contemporary Turkey / Ruth A. Miller
    Adding injury to injury : the case of rape and prostitution in Turkey / İştar Göazydın
    Exception as the norm and the fiction of sovereignty : the lack of the right to health care in the Occupied Territories / Dani Filc and Hadas Ziv
    Mental health care during apartheid in South Africa : an illustration of how "science" can be abused / Alban Burke
    Schistosomiasis and capital Marxism / Rui Zhu
    The inevitable impunity of suicide terrorists / Elena A. Baylis
    The lessons of Nuremberg and the trial of Saddam Hussein / Douglas J. Sylvester
    Responsibility for atrocity : individual criminal agency and the International Criminal Court / Kirsten Ainley
    Humanity and inhumanity : state power and the force of law in the prescription of juridical norms / Roberto Buonamano
    New balance, evil, and the scales of justice / Vincent Luizzi
    The execution as sacrifice / Jody Lyneé Madeira
    Legitimacy and violence : on the relation between law and justice according to Rawls and Derrida / Bram Ieven.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Parry, John T., 1964-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references.
    Pain, interrogation, and the body : state violence and the law of torture / John T. Parry -- "Too many foreigners for my taste" : law, race and ethnicity in California, 1848-1852 / Fernando Purcell -- Protection, harm and social evil : the age of consent, c.1885-c.1940 / Shani D'Cruze -- Sin, scandal, and disaster : politics and crime in contemporary Turkey / Ruth A. Miller -- Adding injury to injury : the case of rape and prostitution in Turkey / İştar Göazydın -- Exception as the norm and the fiction of sovereignty : the lack of the right to health care in the Occupied Territories / Dani Filc and Hadas Ziv -- Mental health care during apartheid in South Africa : an illustration of how "science" can be abused / Alban Burke -- Schistosomiasis and capital Marxism / Rui Zhu -- The inevitable impunity of suicide terrorists / Elena A. Baylis -- The lessons of Nuremberg and the trial of Saddam Hussein / Douglas J. Sylvester -- Responsibility for atrocity : individual criminal agency and the International Criminal Court / Kirsten Ainley -- Humanity and inhumanity : state power and the force of law in the prescription of juridical norms / Roberto Buonamano -- New balance, evil, and the scales of justice / Vincent Luizzi -- The execution as sacrifice / Jody Lyneé Madeira -- Legitimacy and violence : on the relation between law and justice according to Rawls and Derrida / Bram Ieven.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9042017481
    9789042017481
    Physical Description
    xiv, 213 p. ; 22 cm.

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